Allen Bosch of Venice, Florida, watched this crane duo swim to the island in his…
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Purple Martins are making their way north with reports as far north as central Indiana and returning to their colonies for nesting.
In honor of International Women’s Day, learn more about four women naturalists and their contributions to our knowledge of birds, butterflies, and botany.
A popular houseplant, kalanchoe boasts long-lasting flowers and interesting foliage. Get tips for growing kalanchoe indoors and out.
Each spring, birders in the eastern United States eagerly await the return of hummingbirds to their backyard feeders and now the first ones have arrived.
Much like the beginning and end of March, lion’s ear and lamb’s ear plants are on opposite ends of the growing spectrum.
Sanderling protagonist, Piper, is learning how to feed herself, when she gets swept up in an ocean wave.
While in Panama earlier this month, I took my group on a day-long adventure to see a nesting Harpy Eagle in a very remote part of the country.
It’s not quite time to start planting, but there are still plenty of garden chores to do outside when the sun shines in winter.